Meet the Teacher: Robert Lewis

Congratulations to Robert Lewis, the You Make a Difference Award winner for last month. In this post, we highlight one of our wonderful social studies […]

Reflections on “Cut the curriculum” [Richardson; K-12 focused]

Cut the curriculum — from willrichardson.com by Will Richardson Excerpt: Here’s an idea: A Minimal Viable Curriculum (MVC). That’s what Christian Talbot over at Basecamp is […]

Training the workforce of the future [Bauman]

Training the workforce of the future: Education in America will need to adapt to prepare students for the next generation of jobs – including ‘data […]

K-12 Interest Grows in 'Physical Computing' as Hand-On Approach to Computer Science and STEM

A number of school districts are experimenting with "physical computing" as a way to help students understand computer science through hands-on activity.

Task List for Your Learning Management System (LMS) Implementation

***If you’d like to attend a free webinar on how to implement your LMS, join me tomorrow!*** Quite a few of us hear the words […]

What a good one looks like #edtech50

I’ll pre-empt this post by saying, every school that I visit is special. I am very fortunate to have the job I have. Last week […]

Cybersecurity-Focused High School to Open in Texas in Fall 2019

Cyber P-TECH will give students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, as well as relevant work experience and an associate degree in cybersecurity.

FUNecole: Social-Emotional Learning Meets Computer Science and Digital Literacy

FUNecole, an online learning platform and curriculum from a European-based company, combines social-emotional learning with computer science. It's used in multiple European countries, and might […]

K-12 Computational Thinking Initiative Gets $1 Million Boost From NSF

Digital Promise Global has received a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve equitable access to computational education in public schools.

States Aggressively Adopting K-12 Computer Science Policies, Report Finds

Twenty-two states now have K-12 computer-science standards, and 15 states require all high schools to offer computer science, a new report finds.

To higher ed: When the race track is going 180mph, you can’t walk or jog onto the track. [Christian]

From DSC: When the race track is going 180mph, you can’t walk or jog onto the track.  What do I mean by that?  Consider this […]

RPP #169: Harvard Innovation labs - Interview with Jodi Goldstein

Interview with Jodi Goldstein, Executive Director at Harvard Innovation Labs, a three-lab ecosystem that supports Harvard students, alumni and faculty in exploring innovation and entrepreneurship. We […]

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